Timing is everything in the interview. Let “them” bring up the subject of money. If you are asked what your salary expectations are too early in the process, state that you would rather postpone that discussion until you have more information about the position. Ask, “Could you tell me the ‘range budgeted’ for the position?”
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The Interview Coach, Carole Martin, is a celebrated author, job coach, and speaker on the subject of interviewing and recruiting. She is also a contributing writer at Monster.com and featured on talk radio. Carole is using her proven methods for coaching job seekers on competitive interviewing skills in technical and non-technical industries.I invite you to download my free worksheet for determining your Values Exercise at the Interview Coach website. http://www.interviewcoach.com/valuesexercise.html and be sure to follow The Interview Coach on Facebook, Twitter and Linkedin to learn more about the perfect interview and resources for finding your perfect job.